Part 1: Mission of the Project and What is Critical for Success
- Background of the Project
- Introduction to return-to-work rehab clinic model and biopsychosocial approach to patient-centered health care, L&I's Strategic Plan: Healthy Worker 2020, and models of care to decrease long-term disability
- Definitions, Acronyms
Part 2: Documentation Toolkit: Standards for the Pilot
- Significance of E&M Coding and EAMP standards--what needs to be documented to be reimbursed for your work
- SOAP Documentation: review of basics followed by comprehensive review of specifics related to L&I Pilot participation and success. Examples.
Metrics: How to Use the Tools to Measure Clinical Outcomes
- Where do I report these Metrics?
- DVPRS (pain scale)
- Calculating Morphine Equivalent Dose (MEQ)
- Graded Chronic Pain Scale (GCPS)
- Oswestry Disability Index (ODI)
Part 3: Communication with the Referring Provider or L&I Case Holder
- When to return patient to referring provider (transfer of care and communication with referring provider)
- Writing the discharge note: required elements, recommended elements, examples
Part 4: Resources
- Resources for this Project
- Resources to learn more about functional restoration programs and how they relate to EAMPs. Recommended reading, examples of successful multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary rehab clinic models.
- Learning more about functional measures and measuring clinic and patient outcomes
- L&I resources, online
- L&I resources, in-person trainings
Part 5: In-Person L&I Workshop Presentations
Part 6: Tuesday Trainings Presentation Series